Just the Facts: Trends in Pro Se Civil Litigation from 2000 to 2019

Just the Facts: Trends in Pro Se Civil Litigation from 2000 to 2019

Most federal pro se cases are civil actions filed by persons serving time in prison. Pro se prisoner petitions spiked in 2016 after a pair of Supreme Court rulings made it possible for certain prisoners to petition to have their sentences vacated or remanded. Non-prisoners who file pro se actions most often raise civil rights claims.

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I often sell vacant lots direct to my buyers, and prepare and…

I often sell vacant lots direct to my buyers, and prepare and notarize and record the grant deed myself. But one of my Buyers wants to take title (with their wife) NOT as “Husband and Wife as Joint Tenants”, NOT as “Wife and Wife as… (Replies: 1)
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Elite Firms Deepen Ties to ALSPs in New Division of Labor

With these new partnerships, law firm lawyers devise the high-level strategy and outside providers execute on it.      

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After Pre-Pandemic Merger, Duane Morris Sees RPL Dip, but Profits Grow

“The pandemic showed us that we were built for, frankly, the rainy day that was potentially going to happen in a pandemic,” CEO Matt Taylor said, allowing the firm to have flexibility with clients.      

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